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Editorial: Whither research on 'high-harm' offenders with personality disorders?
A cross-section of studies is presented in this special issue. Here, we consider some of that research and its implications for a research agenda within the new strategy for managing offenders with severe personality ...
Case formulation quality checklist: A revision based upon clinicians' views
Purpose - Evaluations of the impact of case formulation on outcomes for offenders are needed. The quality of case formulations may impact on outcomes, hence one essential aspect in outcome evaluation is quality assessment. ...
Processes of change in an offender personality disorder pathway prison progression unit
BACKGROUND: In England, the National Offender Management Service and the NHS have come together to try and improve management and treatment of offenders with personality disorder by developing a pathways approach to assist ...
Alcohol-related offending in male special hospital patients
In a sample of 61 male Special Hospital patients, 11 (18%) were identified as having alcohol-related problems prior to admission. Ten of these alcohol-abusers were interviewed to gather further information about their ...
Case formulation with offenders: What, who, where, when, why and how?
This editorial provides an overview of the current issue of Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health. Articles aim to explore the concept of case formulation, the nature and quality of systemised approaches to it and to consider ...
Forensic case formulation